“A County Line Stand for Liberty”
Nationally renowned Sheriff Richard Mack will be speaking alongside Executive Director John Harris of the Tennessee Firearms Association, Inc. at the 7th and 8th District Tea Party Coalition event.
Sheriff Richard Mack is responsible for launching the lawsuit that overturned part of the Brady federal gun control laws because of their unconstitutionality.
The Event will be held on Thursday, February 27th at 6:30pm, on Union University Campus in the Carl Grant Events Center.
There will also be an afternoon meeting for law enforcement only. If you are law enforcement and interested in attending, please follow this link to view the event brochure.
For more information, please visit the Tennessee 8th District Tea Party Coalition site by clicking here.
Download the event brochure to distribute around town, by clicking here
For tickets, click here.
You can also join the event on Facebook and communicate with other attendees.
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One thought on “Sheriff Mack & TFA’s John Harris Speak to 8th District Tea Party Coalition”
I like Sheriff Mack but Have problems with Mr. Harris and his TFA position on private property rights and Tennessee being a Right To Work State.
Private property, be it your employer’s parking lot or your personal resident should be under the owner’s control and the owner has a right to decide what can be brought on to their property. Remember the First Plank of the Communist Manifesto is to Destroy All Property Rights. The State should allow Businesses to determine what is allowed on their PRIVATE property.
“The TFA recommends legislation that will ensure that no criminal or economic consequences are possible for individuals storing any legally possessed items – whether a personal firearm or a Bible – in a vehicle they lawfully possess,” says the Tennessee Firearms Association press release.
If Tennessee is to remain a Right To Work state, employers should be allowed to Hire and Fire at will.
Smaller Government, less laws is best. And we should remember the Constitution applies to the Federal Government, it is not a contract with private business.
And don’t get me started with the GOP Neo-con infected Tea party (not all tea parties of course) .
Guess I may sit this one out.